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Detmold Medical Launches New Masks

Australian face mask manufacturer Detmold Medical has launched a new range of Tri-Panel Respirators and a Surgical Mask with Visor, offering wearers extra protection, comfort and more effective fit.

Level 3 Surgical Visor Mask

The new Surgical Visor expands the Level 3 Surgical range, featuring Level 3 Surgical Masks with ear loops and head ties. It comes with a pleated L3 surgical mask, attachment ties for a secure fit, as well as an integrated anti-glare visor that has undergone fog treatment. The clear visors have also been designed to attach to the masks, allowing glasses to be worn underneath without impacting efficacy.

The Detmold Medical Level 3 Surgical Visor mask has been designed as a non-sterile disposable mask for use in the healthcare, aged care and dental industries.

L3 Surgical Visor Respirator Mask

Tri-Panel Respirator Masks

P2 N95 Medical Respirator

The Tri-Panel respirator range includes a Level 3 N95 surgical Respirator, a P2 N95 Medical Respirator and a Class P2 Particulate Respirator, having been designed to improve comfort and deliver high performance for breathability, targeting the healthcare and industrial sectors. 

The Tri-Panel respirators are single use, non-sterile respiratory devices that provide the highest level of protection:

- The L3 N95 Surgical Respirator (ARTG 438510), with red headbands, has been engineered to deliver protection against high-intensity fluid sprays while providing protection against non-oil-based airborne particulates and bacteria.

- The P2 N95 Medical Respirator (ARTG 439074), with blue headbands, provides comfort and high breathability, filtering out non-oil-based airborne particulates and bacteria.

- The Class P2 Particulate Respirator (ARTG 439074), with grey headbands, has been specifically engineered to filter out more than 95 per cent of airborne particles including dust, smoke and mist while being comfortable to wear and secure.

Detmold Medical CEO Rodney Detmold said the mask range expansion is a commitment to continuing the manufacture of products in Australia with capability and capacity.

“These masks have been designed and manufactured to meet local and international standards, tested for splash resistance and to meet performance requirements in the company’s state-of-the-art laboratory,” Mr Detmold said.

These Australian-made, high-quality products are now available nationally.

Tri-Panel P2 Particulate Respirator Mask

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